the fire hazard reduction program

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Subject: the fire hazard reduction program
From: "Chris Brandis" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2013 19:29:39 +1000
You can see this in action when you visit Scotia, western NSW, where the bilbies make the ground look like a miniature nomans land with the debris falling into the small craters and then being covered later. There would also be much less rainfall run off compared to the packed ground outside the safety fence assisting plant growth. It will never return to pre 1788 so what can be done to minimise the adverse changes.
Cheers  Chris

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